Im Going Where the Southern Cross the Dog. African American composer W. C. Handy wrote in his autobiography of the experience of sleeping on a train traveling through (or stopping at the station of) Tutwiler, Mississippi around 1903, and being awakened by: ... a lean, loose-jointed Negro [who] had commenced plucking a guitarï»¿ beside me while I slept. His clothes were rags; his feet peeped out of his shoes. His face had on it some of the sadness of the ages. As he played, he pressed a knife... Topic: ms delta blues wc handy where the southern cross the dog hayes mcmullman
byHerbert Hillary Booker 2nd - Tujunga, California - 2009
The fourth set of five cards shown front and back of this series, five more cards to be shown. Topics: Refueling record by the Hunter brothers, Spad a French plane used during the world war, Taking off...
(The Introduction, Part 1, can be viewed at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W8ziq3Bpc3M) This is an informal analysis by Dr. Stephen Arthur Allen of the brass band test-piece 'On the Shoulders of Giants' by Peter Graham composed for The Cory Band and published by Gramercy Music in 2010 for the British Brass Band Championships of Great Britain. The recording, without commentary, by the Cory Band directed by Dr. Robert Childs can be found on the recording 'Triumphant Brass' at... Topics: on the shoulders of giants, standing on the shoulders of giants, peter graham, dr. peter graham,...